New Orleans East Porch Bees

Now that is a big beehive! (4 minutes in is when JP shows the full hive). large honey bee colony removed from a porch in New Orleans East

Parents Talk to Their Kids About The Birds and the Bees for the First Time

Parents talk to their kids about sex for the first time. Produced, Directed, and Edited by Cut.com Camera Operator: Noah Martin Audio: Curtis Enlow Makeup: Sable Desireè Photographer: April Villanueva Production Assistant: Jessica Law Talent: Anijae & Amnah Melody, Gabriel & Tamara Maddo...More

What's Happening to Honey Bees?

You've probably heard about the sudden and mysterious drop in honey bee populations throughout the U.S.A. and Europe. Beekeepers used to report average losses in their worker bees of about 5-10% a year, but starting around 2006, that rate jumped to about 30%. Today, many large beekeeping operations ...More

Man attacked by killer bees while trying to get rid of bee hive.

Killer bees. Nature, you scary.. Man attacked by killer bees while trying to get rid of bee hive.

Obama's bees need to be hived

President Obama read to children at the White House Easter Egg Roll but bees proved to be a bit of a distraction.

Keep Our Bees

Keep Our Bees collaborated with Soul Story to create a short film about what our precious honey bees are trying to tell us. For more information and behind the scenes visit instagram.com/keepourbees Music: 'Oh My Soul' - A. Taylor Licensed at themusicbed.com

The Bee Cause - because we need bees

Friends of the Earth's Bee Cause is happening because we need bees. Everyone knows bees are great at pollinating plants for free; it would cost us £1.8 billion to do what they do every year for UK crops alone. But what if they found themselves out of work? Friends of the Earth sent four bees out to...More

Facing angry bees 40 metres high and unattached for honey - Human Planet: Jungles, preview - BBC One

BBC Clip of man climbing 120ft up a tree for honey with no safety gear. http://www.bbc.co.uk/humanplanet Tete climbs up a 40 metre tree, balances on a precarious branch and endures being stung by an angry swarm of bees to reach the most sought after of jungle foods -- honey.

Save Our Bees with Moby

Join Moby, the award-winning musician, DJ and activist, as he takes us on a tour of his four-acre property atop the Hollywood Hills to share his special connection with the 30,000 bees that call it home. We have bees to thank for one out of three bites of food we eat, but they’re dying and need o...More

Ep. 5: A BEE'S INVOICE; THE HIDDEN VALUE IN NATURE | Adrian Grenier

Ep. 5: A BEE'S INVOICE; THE HIDDEN VALUE IN NATURE | Adrian Grenier CHECK US OUT: http://www.wetheeconomy.com Are natural resources vital to the economy? Why should nature be taken into account when looking at the economy as a whole? A Bee's Invoice uncovers and incorporates the hidden value of ...More

Why Are Honey Bees Disappearing?

Honey bees are vanishing. But why? Learn more about Colony Collapse Disorder: http://goo.gl/lhoyAC Share on Facebook: http://goo.gl/QFX9bF Share on Twitter: http://goo.gl/rzXx5A Subscribe: http://goo.gl/ZYI7Gt CREDITS: "The Wicker Man" is the property of Warner Bros. Pictures Honey bee photo by ...More

A large mantis eat two bees at one time

A large mantis eat two bees at one time. A large mantis eat two bees at one time. I upload many bee and hornet movies. please watch my playlist. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYkUtFIE4ks&list=PL0FC597CB5ED3E8EE&feature=plpp

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